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Milos Sramek wrote
For me, there are too many colors to choose from. I am lost in the (for 
me too large) table of colors. For example, I do not know how to choose 
a color, which is the same as some text elsewhere. It is even not 
possible to compare the colors visually (color perception depends on 
neighborhood). So I have to try several times to hit the right one.

I even filed a bug on this back in the OOO times. Nothing has happened, 
so I found my way how to choose colors. However, in LO42 there is a new 
color table. A nice one, with sorted colors. For me it is completely 

I tend to agree in that colours in a palette need to be at least
approximately in gamut order to allow meaningful selection. The problem you
describe though is not about the number of colours, or palettes, but rather
the ability to match an existing colour.

Milos Sramek wrote
I thing that common users like me need something very simple: a list of 
colors used in the document, the last (used or picked) color, and a 
"more" button).

These enhancement reports go some way toward addressing these issues:

King regards, Owen.

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